Our late night adventures for some Korean food along Robson.
Korean Style Cold Noodles
I’m not a cold noodles fan, I love my noodles in hot soup.
Dae Bak Bon Ga
1323 Robson St
I wanted to try Cattle Cafe because I love noodles in soup.
The cool thing about Cattle Cafe is that you can build your own soup noodles by:
Iced milk tea and Lemon Ribena 7up
I ordered beef slices and cuttlefish balls in Malay laksa soup base with udon. It was way too spicy! I couldn’t enjoy my dinner because of the hot oil they add into their noodles. Other tables were also complaining about how spicy it was and asked to exchange to another broth. I felt that they should at least ask you how spicy do you want your soup to be instead of treating all customers the same because not everyone can tolerate very spicy food.
If I do happen to come back next time, I will probably order the fish and cilantro soup instead.
Burnaby, BC V5H
I was hungry after class and discovered this small Italian cafe along Main street. I was happy to find out that this is an authentic Italian cafe. The owner of this cafe is extremely friendly and welcoming.
The restaurant had a wide selection of paninis, pizza, and pastas. They also offer catering as well.
Pasta – Siciliana
The pasta was delicious, al dente with generous amounts of ingredients. Very big portion that I had to pack the rest home. It tasted better than the ones you order at your typical burgers, pasta, and steak lounges.
NOM NOM NOM at The Fair.
BBQ Pork Pulled Sandwich
Pacific National Exhibition
2901 E Hastings St Vancouver, BC